Surnames: Hein, Hart, Eisenhart,
Wilson, Grancis, Sparkes, Dignin, Schulz, Russling, Kopp, Fowler, Newman,
Albright, Weinberger, Venzel, Barkley, Colgrove, Cole, Clark, Nygaard, Hahn
----Source: Humbird Enterprise 1-2-1909
Mrs. O. M. Hein went to Neillsville Wednesday.
Hary Hart spent part of the week in Merrillan.
Henry Eisenhart made a business trip to Chill last Saturday.
John Wilson has been spending a couple of weeks at home.
Geo. Grancis, of Merrilan, was a caller in town last Saturday.
Mrs. H. A. Sparkes was a Neillsville caller in town last Saturday.
W. S. Dignin is having a visit from his son one day this week.
Herman Schulz was here from Alma Center Wednesday on business.
Miss Grace Russling. of Eleva, was here Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr. Fowler.
Miss Lens and Fred Kopp, of Logansville, were visitors at the home of Chas. Newman the past.
Harry Albright and family were here from Neillsville to eat Christmas dinner at the home of his brother. B. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Weinberger and Mrs. Venzel, of Neillsville, were visitors last Sunday at the home of O. m. Hein.
Geo. Barkley, wife and three children went to Watertown last Friday to make a visit with Mrs. Barley's sister.
C. W. Hart and family, of Marshfield, spent Christmas at the home of his parent's they returned to Marshfield Saturday.
Harry Rundles came down from Chippewa Falls to spend Christmas day at the home of Josh. Colgrove. Mrs. Rundles spent the week here.
Tuesday evening Miss Bernice Cole gave a party to her young friends, at her home near the village. A pleasant time is reported by those present.
E. L. Nygaard, of Oshkosh, came Saturday evening for a visit at the home of W. H. Clark and other friends here. Miss Clar, who was in Oshkosh, returned with him.
J. C. Hahn has received two new chandeliers to use in his saloon and also a sidewalk light in front. The new lights are the "Angle,: which is claimed to be the best kerosene lamp on the market.
The Humbird Roller Mills have about completed the season's grinding on buckwheat. Mr. Hein states that the run exceeded that of the previous season, although the crop was short in this vicinity. Quite a number of cars were milled in transit this year. The mill now has a regular list of customers for buckwheat flour, several of whom buy in carload lots. Very little of the output is sold through jobbers.
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